This post may be a little off-topic, but that's what this section is for, right?

Some of you may remember me from when I was more active on Perlmonks, but as that was some time ago others may not. I worked as a programmer for several years before getting a little burned out on programming and deciding to go to grad school. I'm presently working on my thesis for an MSc in International Business, and I wanted to research an area of interest to me, namely free/libre and open source business.

I am looking for some people I can interview for my research. I've laid out the details of what this would entail and what exactly I'm looking for on my thesis website.

Feel free to pass this on/repost this--the more people that know about it the better chance I have of finding people to interview.

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Re: Seeking research participants
by jdporter (Chancellor) on Jul 28, 2009 at 14:29 UTC
    that's what this section is for, right?

    Um, no.

      "This section is also used for non-question discussions about Perl, and for any discussions that are not specifically programming related."